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    • Climate,Products

    EU supermarkets brace for tougher curbs on HFCs

    Europe-based supermarkets, logistics and transport companies are having to reduce their use of climate-changing refrigerant gases as countries including Germany and UK ratify a key ..
    Analysis
    • Chemicals,Products

    Sweden to help SMEs replace hazardous chemicals

    The Swedish government is to set up a chemical substitution centre at the state-owned RISE research centre in Borås to help smaller companies to replace ..
    News
    • Products

    Silicones: enabling the next big advances in prosthetics

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    Prosthetics have been used for hundreds of years but for much of that time had little technological development. That is all changing… ..
    Comment
    • Chemicals,Products

    MEPs back strict cadmium limit for fertilisers

    The European Parliament voted on Tuesday to back a European Commission proposal to cut the level of cadmium permitted in fertilisers to 20mg per kilogramme ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Nature

    French MEP demands glyphosate decision delay

    French socialist MEP Eric Andrieu has urged the European Commission to postpone a decision on the fate of controversial herbicide glyphosate until after a European ..
    News
    • Products,Nature

    Dutch plan to exempt new plant strains from GMO rules

    The Netherlands has proposed to amend the EU law on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to exempt plants produced using an array of new breeding techniques ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,Products,The EU's Circular Economy package

    ICT trade group slams EU’s repairability approach

    The EU needs to review its approach to the reuse, repair and refurbishment of ICT products, an industry association has said ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Products

    Corrected: EU adopts definition of endocrine disruptors in biocides

    The European Commission adopted on Monday a set of scientific criteria to identify endocrine disrupting chemicals in biocidal products, the EU executive said ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Products,Markets & Corporate

    EU urged to block Bayer-Monsanto deal as scrutiny mounts

    Campaigners and MEPs have renewed calls on Brussels to reject a proposed merger between pesticide makers Bayer and Monsanto following the launch of a competition ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Products,The EU's Circular Economy package

    Rules for green furniture purchases bring circular focus

    The new EU green public procurement criteria for furniture published by the European Commission this week aim to prolong product lifespans and minimise waste ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Products

    EU consults on toxic chemical applications

    The European Chemicals Agency has launched public consultations on whether to allow six uses of five carcinogenic substances, including soon-to-be-banned chromium trioxide ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Products

    EU moves to regulate toxic food compound

    EU member states adopted on Wednesday new rules forcing companies to curb the presence of acrylamide in food, with plans in the pipeline to set ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Products,Nature

    Organic farm rules delayed again for ‘technical’ reasons

    Harmonised EU rules on organic farming faced another setback on Monday as EU agriculture ministers, who had been expected to rubberstamp recently agreed legislation, dropped ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Pollution,Products

    Court rules out immediate suspension of triclosan tests

    The EU court has dismissed demands by chemicals manufacturer BASF Grenzach to halt the implementation of a previous order to conduct animal tests to establish ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Pollution,Products

    MEPs reject attempt to weaken fertiliser nitrogen limits

    The European Parliament’s internal market committee rejected on Thursday the lead MEP’s bid to use the reform of the EU Fertilisers Regulation to water down ..
    News
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